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  1. Salam Salmah. This article was really useful in reminding us the importance of preparing for Ramadan in advance.
    Would love it if you could even suggest some good and quick recipes for Iftar.jazakAllah

    • Assalamu alaikum, thank u very much for the article. Inshallah it will help me a lot to have a better Ramadan this year. May Allah(swt) reward u greatly!

  2. Assalaamu Alaikum, Salmah!
    I enjoyed reading your tips on how to plan a healthy food schedule for Ramadhan.I wish to follow these wonderful tips, Insha Allah! Thank you and may Allah(swt) bless you and reward you for your good work!

    Shifa Bawa.

  3. Try to eat date with yogurt on the Eftar time soooooo delicious and refreshment ..the mixing of the sweet taste of the date and the sour of the yogurt is irresistible

  4. Masha Allah! Very timely…

    I’m in the process of creating a similar schedule for our use at home this Ramadan. I had earlier sent requests to my contacts for healthy Ramadan meal ideas and have been receiving interesting ones.

    My aim In Sha Allah is to plan ahead so as to have a stress – free cooking schedule, not worrying about what to buy or cook each day. And thinking through the process now will save loads of time during Ramadan. Time to connect with Allah and boost the Eeman in productive ways.

    Baarakallahu feeki!

    • Very nice and useful tips and yes we would like to have recipes especially nutritional and tasty for iftar

  5. Jazak Allah Khairan for this timely writeup, Salma…I have already shared your thoughts with my near and dear and am thinking of sharing this in a few days’ time on my parenting page on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/ConsciousParentingApproach – inviting you to come check out our parenting tips and tidbits, motivational/inspirational/fun quotes and photos – see you there! :-)

  6. Jazak Allah Khairan dear Salmah. A very informative and motivating article. Wishing you and Muslims everywhere the blessings of this holy month.
    Khadijah

  7. Jazakallah khair for this writing. I actually learned it the hard way that as cliche as it sounds, healthy food matters most. I personally found the whole grain meal most ideal for sahoor and vitamin supplement keeps fasting all day long energetic. And to open your fast with fruits juices (fruit naturally contains fructose so it’s sweet naturally) while your stomach is empty can be great for bodily detox and quick energy. Generally cook modestly so you can spend more time in worship matters.
    Salaam! :)

  8. JazakAllah Khairan Sis. Salmah thank you for your brilliant ideas . Advance Ramadan Kareem to everyone.

  9. Salam Salmah :D . Mashallah such a wonderful and useful article for Ramadan . Jazakallahu khairan !! May Allah reward you immensely and may He grant you success in all your works :)

  10. MashaAllah JazakAllahu khair sister in Islam for sharing your wonderful tips and lessons :) May Allah the Most Merciful accept all our good deeds and guide us always to all that He and His noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu ‘alaihi wa sallam love. Ameen. Wasalaam~

  11. MashaAllah JazakAllahu khair sister in Islam for sharing your wonderful tips and lessons :) May Allah the Most Merciful accept all our good deeds and guide us always to all that He and His noble Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu ‘alaihi wa sallam love. Ameen. Wasalaam :)